Why do my nails hurt after getting them done

why do my nails hurt after getting them done ?

 There could be several reasons why your nails hurt after getting them done:

Why do my nails hurt after getting them done


Some individuals naturally have more sensitive nail beds or cuticles, which can make any manipulation or pressure on them during a manicure or nail treatment painful.


Cuticle Damage: 

Improper handling of cuticles during a manicure can lead to irritation or even minor injuries, causing discomfort or pain.

Cuticle Damage

Nail Damage:

 If the technician files or buffs your nails too aggressively, it can lead to pain or discomfort, especially if they file too close to the nail bed or if there are any existing weaknesses or damages in the nail.

Nail Damage

Allergic Reaction: 

Some individuals may have allergic reactions to certain nail products, such as acrylics, gels, or adhesives, which can cause pain, redness, or swelling.

Allergic Reaction


In rare cases, if the tools used during the manicure are not properly sanitized or if the technician accidentally cuts the skin around the nails, it can lead to infections, causing pain or discomfort.

Infection nails

If your nails continue to hurt or if you experience any signs of infection (such as redness, swelling, or discharge), it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional or a dermatologist for proper evaluation and treatment. Additionally, consider communicating your discomfort with the technician during your next appointment to ensure a more comfortable experience.